- The song "Somewhere Out There". Even though the mice children aren't very good singers. They come across as a bit squeaky. Although it adds to the charm. The Narm Charm, that is.
- The song would come off as less sincere if they hired some professional to sing it.
- Fievel finally being reunited with his family at the end of the first movie is sure to move you to tears.
- Tanya's song "Dreams to Dream" in Fievel Goes West. It is virtually completely pointless to the story, but is such a heartwarming scene.
- The ending of Fievel Goes West. Fievel and Wylie Burp are watching the sunset and Wylie offers his badge to Fievel, but the mouse can't accept it because he's not a hero like Wylie. Wylie replies;
"Maybe not. Maybe a real hero's the last to hear about it. You pulled me out of a gutter, and for that I owe you some thanks. Just remember, Fievel, one man's sunset is another man's dawn. I don't know what lies beyond those hills, but if you ride yonder, head up, eyes steady, heart open, I think one day you'll find that you're the hero you've been lookin' for."
- Plus, Fievel flipping his hat back to the blue at the end was sweet, like he learned he could be a hero by being himself.